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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1906.
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SOCIETY IN ITS 0C1ET DAYS
Week in Which "ill Hands Took Off Days
COMING WEEK PROMISES VERY LITTLE
Calendar Shorra Only a Few Talaga
hat the Dai a of Jane Are
I'reaaaed by the Wrddlas
Here a tn the bachelor, ao lonly ami fray;
For It'a not hi fault; he was born that
And here a to the spinster, so lonely and
For It's not her fault; she hath done what
The Social Calendar.
MONDAY Mra. J. D. Foster, a luncheon;
Mm. A. Reed entertains the Alamo club.
TUESDAY Mrs. Fred Hall entertain the
South Bide Whist Hub; Mra. W. I'rbach
entertain the Floradora dub.
THURSDAY Mra. Harry 8tee entertains
the t'harnionte club: Mra. GeorgV Halrd
entertains the Albany club..
FRIDAY Mra. Walter Wllklns entertains
the Frlri ay club.
SATURDAY Dinner and dance at the
Entertainment was at a premium last
week and the things of real consequence
were few and far between. A few club
meetings, a few table of bridge, a lanch
eon or two and the tale Is told. Bven she
visiting women inspired nothing, and all
told society did not have a score of In
vitations all week. It Was not so with
the little folks, however. Saturday after
noon brought one of the moat delightful
treats of the season to about 125 of them
In tha birthday party given by Mr. Julius
Meyer at Metropolitan club; In fact not
since Mra. Meyer's birthday party of five
j years ago has anything in the way of a
children a affair half na extensive been
given in Otnsha. At that time "Uncle
Julius," as he Is familiarly known to
scores of young peopl.1. promised his young
guests another party on his fiMh birthday,
and Saturday's party hart been a much
anticipated event since.
The "progressive" Idea has come back
Into vogue again and notwithstanding the
fact that progressive card parties, dinners
and suppers were a much exercised fad a
good many years before the present gen
eration of young people got out of the
nursery they seem to have lost none of
their attractiveness, and during the last
month not less than half a doaen sets of
young people have "progressed" from
Kountse Piace to Hanscom park and from
Florence to Dundee and Bellevue for tte
several courses of a dinner or supper. The
women of Good Shepherd church gave a
progressive luncheon Saturday, the three
hostesses being Mrs. Robert Bell, Mrs.
Rogers and Mrs. Thomas Fry.
Mr. B. L. Porterfteld and family have
taken apartments at the T'intah.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wakefield are oc
cupying their home at Twenty-seventh and
Farnam streets, after ait absence from the
city for two years.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weller and family
expect to leave early in June for Chase,
Colo., where they will spend the summer.
Mr. Clifford Weller Is now there, having
gone Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Berry have sold their
home on Thirty-sixth street to Dr. and
Mrs. Burrell. Mrs. Berry will be at the
Her Grand until June 15, when she will
Join Mr. Berry In Chicago.
. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cndahy are planning
to spend the summer abroad, expecting to
sail some time during June. They will
take with them their two older daughters.
Miss Jean and Miss Helen.
The board of directors of the Creche
are planning a bridge party, to be given
for the benefit of the Creche, at the Coun
try club. Friday afternoon, June S. Twelve
handsome prizes will be awarded. The
Creche day nursery la one of the most
popular and oldest charities of the city
and Its annual benefit is always a feature.
A much anticipated feature of the semi
centennial celebration of the Episcopal
church to be held In Omaha the second
week of June, will be a home-coming
evening at Brownen Hall. Tuesday even
ing, June 12. a score or more of prominent
families will entertain dinner parties at
their homes, going later to Brownell Hall,
where a reception will be held and some
time devoted to reminiscences of earlier
days In Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loe frier of Salt Lake
City, who are visiting their aunt, Mrs. J.
Bernstein, are planning to leave for New
York some time next week, taking In Louis
ville, Ky., on the way. where Mrs. Loeffler
has relatives. Mr. Loemer, who until re
cently was a furniture merchant at Salt
Lake City, la much Impressed with the
growth of Omaha, where he realded some
eighteen years ago. H ha been trave'lng
quit a bit during the last year, especially
in California, and seems to think that the
entire Pacific country is enjoying a pros
perity which even earthquakes cannot quell,
at least but temporarily. Ills many friends
would like to have him locate in Omaha,
but as yet he has not decided what he
Mr. C. P. Weller celebrated his birth-
day Saturday with a tallyho picnic t
Judge and Mrs. D. M. Vlnsonhaler, Dr.
and Mrs. Robert Anglln and Mr. Roberts
were guest of Mrs. J. H. Pratt at lunch
eon at the Omaha club Wednesday.
Mr. and Mra. Theodore Rlngwalt enter
tained Bishop and Mr. Williams, Rev.
Rufus Clark of Detroit and Mr. and
Mrs. Clement Chase at dinner Thursday
Mr. Robert R. Rlngwalt entertained
Informally at luncheon Friday in, honor
of Mra. Zara Enow of Portland. Ore.
Mrs. Hnow-waa formerly Miss Woodle
McCormlck of Omaha and has many
Mrs. Francis Brogau entertained at
luncheon at the Omaha club Saturday,
complimentary to Mrs. Runyan of Nev
York. Covers were laid for Mrs. Runyan,
Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. C. B. Keller, Mrs.
Arthur Guiou, Mrs. W. E. Martin, Mra
E. M. Fairfield, Mrs. H. H. Baldrlge, Miss
Curtis and the hostess.
Mrs. Q. G. Wellage gave a china shower
Friday evening In honor of her alater.
Miss Elisabeth Brady, whose marriage to
Mr. Paul Sutton takes place In June. Th
house vii beautifully decorated with
ferns and flowers, and about fifty guest
were present. Assisting Mrs. Wellage
were Mr. Howard Sawyer and Mrs. W.
One of the pleasurable events of Satur
day afternoon waa the ice cream social
given by the Eighth B pupils of Train
school at the school building, between i
and t o'clock, in which the majority of
the patrons of the school participated.
The guests were received by the teachers.
Miss Mary L. Altar being the aighfa
giadu teacher, and the .nenibrra of the
class served the refreshments. The social
vas given for the beuellt of a fund with j memories that cluster around the set vices
which the class will leave a souvenir ! of those whose graves we strew with tlow
Ihe school, rrobsbly somethina in tha 1 ers ou tills one day of the year whliii
way of decoration.
One of the notable and unique affair of
the week was the birthday party given
Saturday afternoon at Metropolitan club
by Mr. Jwllua Meyer In celebration of his
birthday. His guests i about 1J6 clnl
dies tanging in age from a ftw montba te
16 years, and with them a number of the
mother and grandmothers. The whole
club was thrown open for the occasion,
but the ball room'wat the center of the
festivities. A grand march, led by Miss
Lillian Meyer and Msster Meyer Sples
berger. opened the fun. the procession
passing 'round the' hall several times, the
music being furnished by an orchestra of
forty pieces. A hoop drill by sixteen little
misses was another pretty feature, while
a grab bag for the little tots and games
for all contributed to s most enjoyable aft
ernoon. Little trunks of bonbona and won
derful paper caps and other things were
distributed as favors, A dinner closed the
afternoon, the children being aeated at two
long tables laid In the banquet rooms and
trimmed with pink carnations. At another
table the grandmothers were seated. After
the guests had been seated the genial host
was surprised with a song written for the
occasion and sung by the children, and at
the close of the afternoon "t'nele Julius''
wai presented a handsome diamond studded
charm by his "adopted nieces and
t nephews." Mr. Meyer was assisted during
the afternoon by Mrs. H. Rehfeld, Mra.
Morits Meyer, the Misses RehTeld. Miss
Minnie Meyer, Mrs. Eugene Levy of Lin
coln. Mrs. Bernard Rehfeld. Mis. Jack
Koerpel and Miss Rose Splesberger.
n'etldlaii and fCnaaaementa.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson announce
the' engagement of their daughter. Miss
Mary Stuart Nelson, to Mr. A. O. Wood
Mr. and Mrs John Brady have announced
the' engagement of their dHnahter. Miss
UlltibeH) Brady, to Mr. Paul B. Sutten,
tae. wedding to take placo June
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sullivan announce the
engagement of their datightrr. Miss Mae
Marie, to Lieutenant Charles T. Smart of
Hartford. Conn. The wedding will take
place early In Jttne.
Announcement has been made of the en
gagement of Mr. IjnWrence Vane Guild,
son of Mr. snd Mrs. John Guild of Omaha
to Miss Catherine Huey, daughter of Mrs.
Mary Huey of Los Angeles. The wedding
will take place June . at the home of the
aunt of the bride at Cswhusks, Okl. Mr.
and Mrs. Guild will make their home In
Kansas City, where Mr. Guild .is In the em
ploy of one of the railroads.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Clarke,
daughter of Mr. Henry T. Clarke, to Mr.
MattheytJ. Whlttal of Worcester, Mass.,
will take place Monday. June 4, at Trinity
cathedral. The ceremony will take place
In the chancel of the cathedral and will
be witnessed only by relatives and a few
of the nearer friends. Bishop Williams
will celebrate the marriage. The wedding
trip will include a two month's trip abroad.
. Come - and Go fiosalp.
Mr. N P. Fell of Cleveland. O., spent
Saturday In Omaha.
Mrs. W. A. Redlck leaves today for
Excelsior Springs, Mo.
Mrs'. A. C. Hull spent last week In Lin
coln the guest of her mother.
Mr. John A. McBhane and Mr. Lee
McShane have gone to Texas.
Miss Bessie Randall of Chicago is the
guest of Miss Florence Deverell.
Mr. Earl Qsnnett returned the first of
the week from a brief trip to Colorado.
Mrs. ara Snow of Portland, Ore., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Authur Remington.
Mr. Eugene Levy of Lincoln Is the guest
of her parents, Mr. snd Mrs. H. Rehfeld.
Miss Olga Lamtiofer of Schuyler Is the
guest of friends at the Georgia this week.
Mrs. E. O. Hamilton and daughter left
Saturday for a fortnight's visit with friends
Mrs. John I. Redlck left last week for
Canada, where she will spend the summer
wtth a sister.
Mr. William Wallace and the Misses Wal
lace retiirned Wednesday from a brief stay
at Exaelslor Springs,
Mr. and Mrs. Bixby of Lincoln were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bllsh the
latter part of the week.
Mrs. Herold f!. Crittenderi of Clhdnnatua,
N. T., la the guest of Miss Marie Arm
strong at th Drexel hotel.
Mrs. I. Becker of Philadelphia is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. Rosenthal
of 117 South Thirtieth avenue.
Mra. P. T. Mount and Mis Mount will
leave Tuesday for Culpepper, V., where
they will spend the summer.
Mr. D. T. Ledwlch and daughter, Helen
of Aberdeen's. D., are the gueat of Mra
William Harte of the Drexel.
Mr. Caldwell, mother -of Mr. Victor
Caldwell and Mr. Sam Caldwell, has re
turned to her home In Toga, Pa.
Mrs. George Vo returned Tuesday from
6 1. Joseph, where she ha been the guest
of her Bister, Mrs. Edward Smith.
Miss Hortence Carpenter, who has been
the guest of Major and Mrs. Slaughter,
ha returned to her home In Bt. Louis.
Mias Mary Lee McShane will leave today
for bait Lake City, where ah will be
the guest of ' Mrs. Channlng, nee Miss
Mrs. Louis Bradford expects to remain
in Omaha for the summer with Mrs. John
J. Morrsll. Her ion, Robert Bradford, who
1 a student of Hartord, will loin her
Mr. Charles Wool worth and children
are expecting thi week to be the guests
of her father-in-law, Judge Woolworth,
They are enroute from their home in Cali
fornia to England.
Mrs. Lewi Reed and son. Mr. Philip Reed,
went to Chicago last week to attend th
wedding of a friend, Mr. Lewi Reed act
ing as groomsman. Mr. Reed ha gone di
rect to Detroit for a short time.
Mr. George Darrow of Murfreesboro,
Tenn., spent part of last week the guest
of Mr. and Mr. Charles Keller. Mr. and
Mrs. Darrow will spend th summer In
Europe, expecting to Ball June It.
Mr. H. Edward Clay of Chicago, ac
companied by hi bride, formerly Miss Ma
belle Irion of Denver, arrived Thursday
and are spending a few daya at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edwsrd G. Clay at 2a
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Colin wllj leave
Monday for Fairbanks, Alasku, where they
will make their home. Mr. Colin I assist
ant United States attorney of Alaska and
his marriage to Mias Ella Rosenfeld of
Council Bluffs was solemnised at the Met
opolttan club recently.
Mias Sadie Berkmeu departs soon for
Berkeley, Cel.. where she will be the guest
of the Hon. U. W. E. Dersey and wife.
She will also visit Portland. Seattle and
other western cities. Her sisters, the Misses
Ella and Flora Beckman. contemplate a
pleassnt summer at Asbury park.
ABUSE OF JMEM0RIAL DAY
Clrealar leaned by Uraad Army at the
on the Sabject.
WASHINGTON, Mny 19.-A circular lias
been Issued by the commander's depart
ment of the division of the Potomac.
Grand Army of the Republic, calling at
tention to the abuses uf Memorial day and
inviting all those In sympathy with the ob
jects of the day "to abstain from demon
trationa that will detract from the sacred
shouid I given over to the men who
suffered that we might be a happy, pros
The circular urges the public conm leuce
to be quickened as to the primary cause
thst l'-d to tie setting apart of May .W
fur remembering tl.e nation soldier1 dead.
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WOMAN IN CLUB AND CHARITY
i prediction that the EL Taul biennis
would be without an Issue promises to lie
dashed after all, for at this late day a rock
ha loomed up ahead that, while one of the
most serious that has ever confronted a bi
ennial of the General Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, Is not seriously worrying the
women who will have to meet it. This Is
sue 1 woman suffrage, and It come up In
form of the following set of resolutions
which have been circulated recently and
which. It 1 said, will be presented at the
St. Paul biennial:
To All State Federations and Federated
Club: The Industrial advisory committee of
the General Federation of Women's Clubs
submit for your consideration the following
women and girls in the I'nited States is
now more than 6,000,000. and is rapidly In
.......,,,- ,IUIMUrr , wane-earning
Wherea, Wage-workers who are disfran
chised are at a serious disadvantage In the
Industrial world without the protection and
power that the ballot gives.
Whereas, The American Federation of La
bor has perceived this, snd for many years
has endorsed the enfranchisement of women
aa a necessary step in their Industrial ad
vancement. Therefore, This committee, standing in an
advisory capacity to the General Federa
tion in all matters relating to industrial
condition of women and children, urge
upon the General and State Federations and
women clubs affiliated with them, the duty
of endorsing the principle of equal suffrage
for jvomen and the advisability of taking
auch action In securing state laws and
amending municipal charters as should give
to the working women of the country the
needed protection of the ballot.
JANE ADDAMS. Chairman.
MAI D NATHAN.
MARY MORTON KEHEW.
EDITH M. HOWES.
The fact that the resolutions carry the
names of Jane Addams, Florence Kelly
and Maude Nathan lend one of the sui-
prialng but possibly one of the saving
ftature. When Mr. Sarah Piatt Decker
of Denver waa elected president of the
General Federation at St. Louis two
year ago, the only opposition offerel
her candidacy was the fact that she
was an ardent woman iurfraglst, and this
ptcmpted the fear that she might uig
some of her well known views upon tho
General Federation. Early in the history
t-f the Federation it was deemed neces
sary to taboo the question of woman
suffrage in the Interest of harmony, b.K
the altrulstis trend of club work thht
has necessitated so much legislative ef
fort ha brought this matter to even
the most conservative woman in an alto,
gether different light, but while it hsa
converted the majority to the principle.!
of woman suffrage there are still among
some of the Btrdngest and more conserva
tive women those a-ho believe that for ti e
General Federation to embrace an issue
Sgalnst which there Is such bitter
prejudice, and especially umong mn,
would materially limit tin- organization
possibilities for accomplishing many
nuch-needed reforms. To the women a-ho
have been in touch with the club move
ment, the facing of this problem has
long appeared Inevitable, but they havr
1. one the less dread of Its coming up it
this time, if the resolutions of the ad
visory Industrial committee fall to paa
ai the St. Paul meeting It will not be
because club women are not in sympathy
a'lth them or do not believe thoroughly
In the principles they advocate, but rather
because experience Indicates that their
adrpttou would be inexpedient Just yet.
In this case the "longer way aroumj"
aeems the "surer way home;" it Is simply
a matter of policy.
That Mrs. Decker is in any way respon
sible for the Introduction of these reso
lutions is staunchly denied by Colorado
club women, but having been forced to
di f end the principles so dear to thoi.t
a ho live in a s'te where women ar
enfranchised equally with men. Colorado
will send a delegation 150 strong to do
battle for whatever seems best. If any
opposition Is offered to Mrs. Dwkrr 4
re-election at SI 1'inl it will he based
Upon this ground Mrs. I)e ker hss fit -
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eulTrage In the General federation and
she hss conscientiously refrained f rom j
putting rorsara ner wen Known views 1
The Ineal committee of St. Paul has is-
sued the following notice to Interested
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WIS i rADNAM MPttTS. OMArU.
(People Fttrnlfnr A Carpet te.
tend the eighth biennial of the General
Federation of Women's clubs, which will
be held at St. Paul May 2S to June 7:
Th credentials committee will be In ses
sion at the Armory. Sixth and Exchange
tfeet. Wednesday morning. May 30. from
9 until 12 o'clock; Wednesday afternoon.
May 30. from I until 6 o'clock; Wednesday
evening, May DO. from 7:l until 9 o'clock;
Thursday morning. May 31, from S:S0 until
11 o'clock; Thursday afternoon. May 31,
from 1:M uhtll 6 o'clock.
The visiting card of each delegate munt
be. attached to her credentials.
A copy of club receipts for General Fed
eration dues for 19ii must be presented
Special Notice Honorary members, mem
bers of the council, federation secretaries,
members of committees, speakers and all
others who receive cards of admission Is
sued by the credentials committee must
present them in person to said committee
to be countersigned, in order to make them
Each one 1 requested to attach her visit
ing card to the card of admission.
inose wno nave not secureu ucsei. 01
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i arrival in St. Paul, can secure visitors
tickets sny day at the desk of the tlcketa
committee in the Armory.
The badge committee begs to announce
that It will be located in the basement of
the Armory. In connection with the cre
dentials committee. Badges will be dis
tributed, different colors to each committee.
Delegates will please apply to this com
mittee after having
received credential card
and ticket of admission.
The trains committee of the local board
Is Indicated by a light blue badge with
the words "Trsln committee" In plain black
lettertng. Membera of this committee will
meet ail trains, but it will greatly assist
them If delegstlons and clubs write or tele
graph in advance to Mrs. C. G. Tltcomb,
911 New York Life building, the probable
hour of arrival at St. Paul and the number
of guests ts be expected.
The hotelS committee. Mrs. V. J. Hawk-
Ins. chairman, will have representatives at
the station to meet incoming tralna, and
thev will have lists of hotels and available
private houses from which reservations may
tie made. Many excellent nouses win inn
rooms, usually with hreasrast ana in many
cases with dinner. The hotels committee
will be near the trains committee, and will
wear identifying badges.
Tha msnairement of the Euclid haa been
changed since the hotels committee reported
as to rate. The rates that will be In force
during the convention are $1.60 for aingle
room; 12, double; S2 single, with bath; l-i.M
double, with bath.
The committee on reaolutlona, of which
Mr. C. E. Furness Is chairman, will be
distinguished by a lavender badge. Mem
bera of this committee will be preaent at
euch session of the biennial to assist
the social Information committee In pro
moting mutual Intercourse and good fel
lowship between visiting and local club
At the receptions to be held on Friday
afternoon, June 1, the membera or tnia
committee n't 11 assist the hostesses in
their homes. The following is a list of
hostesses: Mrs. R. M. Newport, Mr.
Charles Schuneman, Mrs. C. Milton
Griggs, Mrs. Horace Thompson, Mrs. J.
J. Hill, Mrs Howard Elliott. Mrs. Edward
H. Cutler. Mrs. Oeorge Thompson, all of
Summit avenue; Mrs. C. E. Furness, Ex
change street, Irvine Park.
Mrs. George H. Ranney especially in
vites all visiting Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution to meet the tat regent.
Mrs. J. E. Bell, and other distinguished
officers, at her home on Virginia avenue,
fiom 6 to ( p. m. Friday, June 1.
On Saturday evening, June 2, a reception
will be given at the new state capltol,
from t to 11 o'clock, by Governor and
Mrs. Johnson, assisted by the general
officers of the Federation and other dis
tlngulshed guests. All visiting
women are cordially Invited.
Membera of the reception committee will
also be at the Town and Country club
on the morning of the drive, which Is
set for Tuesday, June 6. Here all vlsit,'ng
and local club women will be welcomed
from 10 to 12 a. ni The Town and
Country club can be reached by the Sellvy
avenue car llne.(
For the same afternoon to river re
cursion are planned, one by the Taylor
Memorial, an association - in counectio'i
with the bt. Paul public school system,
having In Its charge the care of sick
testher; and the oilier by the St. Paul
Roosevelt club, which has kindly con
sented to assist the committee on ushers
snd psges at the evening meetlnga at
the Armory throughout the entire conven
tion. These excursions are both divided
Into afternoon and evening trips; they will
carry fine music and furnish opportunities
for dancing. They will also afford a chance
to see some of the beautiful river scenery
in our vicinity.
Please notify Mrs. Paul Doty, ixt Ltuiel
avenue, if you ex,ecl to be present on the
opening night.- Wednesday, May So. in or
der that a seat may lie reserved for you
If possible. Escort allotted.
Please register at the armory as aoun as
you arrive In town. This will greatly
facilitate the publication of the first bulle
tin There will be a postoffice at the armory.
Mail may be addressed. "General Fdera-
I 1I011 uf Women's t'l'ilm. The Armorv, St.
Do not roiget to put t tie red labels on
! Vour different pieces of hesaag and thru
hand vour check to the bacueiiian mi the
, -,.,- ,n, ,,,, ..l.talv upon
ir needing aqvice go 10 tne miormaiion
bureau. General Federation women Clubs
at tho L'nlon station or at the Armory.
Guide books and necessarp printed matter
"'' be found there.
The following exhibits are open at the
I old tsplial every day eacept Sunday from
1 tin senate chamber.; art, Including arts
ntnRAHftnnn T" I
rt 1 1 tt.TTt lr-MJ I "-
All gaS ranges connected free of
charge and absolutely guaranteed.
Sold on Very Easy Payments
Terms: 50e per week on the
smaller sizes, $1 per week on the
and crafts, home decorstion. nM Jspsnsse
prints, model school decor tio,... pottery,
bsrhlaone collection lloaned) and traveling
gallery, of 150 original painting by dls
tlngulahed American artist.
2 (House of representatives.! Women's
work. This Is a states' exhibit of women's
work that Is distinctly fine and typical.
S Household economic, including model
flat. (Three room.)
4 Pure food. In connection with th fins
tate exhibit of the Mlnneota dairy , and
The press committee will have headquar
ters 1n the armory, room 1. near the en
trance. Member of th committee will be
there on Wednesday from a. m.
to 12. 2 to 6 snd 7 to ISJ
and on Thursday from a. m.- to 6
p in., to meet press representatives and
give them their badges. Visiting press peo
ple should bring credentials from their
At the request of the Library Extension
commute of the Oeneral Federation of
Women's clubs the office of the Minnesota
Library commission will be the headquar
ters for all club women who are Interested
In llbrsry work. This Is at room 21, new
cspltol. Speclsl features of library
will ne empnasiiea ionn.
buildings, general trsvellna libraries, travel
Ing libraries for study dubs, the children
room in tne puouc norary, ni' "i"i" -nlshlng,
decoration and the books them
selves. The Itinerary pictures recently pur
chased for the children room of Roches,
ter. Red Wing and Stillwater will b on
exhibition. , '
Th Library commission will be at home
on Monday afternoon. June 4. from to s
to librarians, library boards members or
State Ubrary commission and other
specially Interested In library work.
Membera of the Omaha Woman club
wishing to contribute to the fund being
raised for Miss Falrbrother ar requested
to come prepared at Monday afternoon's
meeting of the Woman's club. Mrs. A. N.
Ferguson will receive th contributions.
CELEBRATION WITH POMP.
Military Mas Will Be Featnr af
Memorial Day Eaerclse at
Various posts of the Grand Army of th
Republic and the Womn' Relief corps
and th Oarfleld cirri have accepted th
Invitation of the Knight of Columbus t
the big celebration of military ma whlcb
ha been planned for Memorial day at
Holy Sepulcher cemetery beginning at 10 B
In the morning. Thi 1 a magnificent
mass, used for the first time In th west
but used by snclent monarch on th bat
tlefield and by General Roserrana In tin
Arrangements have been mad on as
elaborate scale for thi celebration, whlci
will be attended not only by the civil wa
veteran of Omaha, but those from Ne
braska and weatern Iowa. Everything will
be conducted with great pomp, apd cere
mony and th event will be memoiabls foi
It magnificence. Military In uniform te
the number of over JOo will take part, mad
up from th Thurton Rifle and Omaha
Guards, led by the Fort Crook Thirtieth
The officers of the mass will bi Mgr.
sColanerl. celebrant, assisted by deacon and
subdeaoon and about fifty priests. A
chorus of loo male voices will lead th
music, which will consist of lbs ma
ung to a Gregorian chant.
The altar will be erected III tle outhea
corner of th cemetery ground, facing
west, and will he handsomely and appro
priately decorated tor th occasion. Beat
ing capacity will be provided for 1.000 par
sons snd ticket to the seats will be Is
sued to the various posts. Th street car
company hsa promised extra equipment
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II be mad Jf'
it wih ta Kl
for the day and every effort will
to handle the people who might
ee thi impressive ceremony.
The procession to the mass
from a huge tent erected on th ground
snd. led by the band, playing the dead
march, th military, prieat. choir, officer
of the insss will march to th altar.
After the mast Father O'Connar, one f
th most eloquent priests In the Jesuit or
der, will deliver an appropriate address,
paying tribute to the departed defender of
Provision haa been mad that in case of
heavy rain on Decoiatlon day th service
will be held in St. John's church. Twenty
fifth and California street. Arrangement
have also been made with the si reft rail
way company to have a car at Forest Ut
cemetery to coins straight through
those who might wish to go to that ceme-
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Kartaaaakea la MleMaan,
GRAND RAPIDS, MUh., May li.-Tw
earthquak shock were felt In easurn
Michigan at o'clock thi morning
Distinct shocks ar reported from Holland!
Grand Hsvsa. renavUl snd Baagwf.
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